The Ophthalmology department at All Is Well Multispecialty Hospital is committed to provide the best quality care for all kinds of eye diseases and visual problems afflicting patients. The department is fully equipped to provide high quality and personalised care to all patients with eye and vision disorders.
All Is Well Multispecialty Hospital provides state of the art care for all facets and stages of eye conditions. We use the latest techniques and therapies to administer routine eye examinations. Integrating the latest technology available with the expertise of highly trained doctors, we provide exemplary services that are at par with global standards. Our team is completely dedicated to the pursuit of excellence in diagnosis, therapeutics and surgical treatment of all cases of eye conditions – however simple or complex.
Consulting Chambers, Procedure Rooms, Day Care Beds, Admission Suites of all categories, Modular Operating Room with Advanced OT Systems are all in place to serve our patients with nothing short of the best.
A brief snapshot of the equipment in place:
Ophthalmology is the branch of medicine that deals with the anatomy, physiology and diseases of the eye. An ophthalmologist is a specialist in medical and surgical eye problems. Ophthalmology includes sub-specialities, which deal either with certain diseases or diseases of certain parts of the eye.
Some of them are:
Post-Operative Eye Care
Though the eye operations carried out usually proceed without complications, follow-up care and treatment are an important aspect of our recovery process.
Medical supervision is necessary after an eye operation. The patient must spend the first few hours after the operation under medical supervision so that any complications that may arise can be prevented. At All Is Well hospital patients are examined at regular intervals by an eye specialist.
Laser eye operations affect the fine corneal nerves of the eyes. As a result, the cornea becomes less sensitive to the environment. Applying eye drops will lubricate the eye and offer support to the healing process.
Post-Cataract Operation Treatment
During the surgical treatment of cataract, the clouded lens is removed and replaced with an artificial one without affecting the external half of the lens, the capsular bag. In some cases, natural cell growth may cause clouding of the posterior part of the capsular bag leading to a secondary cataract. It is painless, harmless and can be removed with a special laser treatment. However, the patient needs to follow certain rules of behaviour after the eye operation for faster recovery of the sight.
What is the difference between an optometrist and ophthalmologist?
Optometrists specialize in vision care. They offer services such as: